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who use the “Warranty Void If Removed” sticker practice. The stickers don’t always say “Warranty Void If Removed” but may leave a montage of “void” across the surface of the device when specific stickers are removed which indicates the same thing. There are many legitimate reasons to open up a computer or other device in order to upgrade memory, a hard drive, or any number of other reasons and there’s no doubt that these stickers can confuse consumers and even cause hesitation for opening up your devices for fear of not being able to send it in for warranty repairs should something unrelated fail. The Federal Trade Commission staff has sent warning letters to six major companies that market and sell automobiles, cellular devices, and video gaming systems in the United States. The letters warn that FTC staff has concerns about the companies’ statements that consumers must use specified parts or service providers to keep their warranties intact. Unless warrantors provide the parts or services for free or receive a waiver from the FTC, such statements generally are prohibited by the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, a law that governs consumer product warranties. Similarly, such statements may be deceptive under the FTC Act. Each company used different language, but here are examples of questionable provisions: The use of [company name] parts is required to keep your . . . manufacturer’s warranties and any extended warranties intact.
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